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  • You guys are crazy, Elfboy is ENFP as hell!

    11 37.93%
  • Elfboy might be ENFP

    5 17.24%
  • Elfboy is N, but not ENFP

    0 0%
  • Elfboy might be SJ

    2 6.90%
  • Elfboy is definitely SJ

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  • Elfboy might be SP

    7 24.14%
  • Elfboy is definitely SP

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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    No, I said you were immature and living in a fantasy world, and this "shooing people away" thing seemed not-very-ENFP, but then you clarified what you meant by that, and that you just meant you don't like being imposed on to do particular things, and that's different.
    in that case, what are we disagreeing on? I agree that my view of certain things is slightly unrealistic, but this is an error of misinformation, not immaturity. if we are disagreeing on nothing, than thankyou for patiently waiting out this obscene miscommunication without taking it personally
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    We're only disagreeing about Mary Poppins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    We're only disagreeing about Mary Poppins.
    I see
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Mary Poppins is ENFJ, even, I've decided. She's very warm and accomodating for a Victorian woman, and furthermore, her entire goal is to bring children closer to their parents. What an ENFJ task to undertake. Her entire purpose in life is to make people's relationships stronger by using magic, silly words, and good manners.

    ExFJ *is* directing. ExFPs is informing.

    You seem to be confused.
    I can see where you're coming from on this one, but I think the movie Mary Poppins is a great example of a strong INFJ. She's the hero of the story, so to speak, because she teaches within the social confines by subverting those confines. She's definitely Ni dominant, since she "works her magic" by looking at a situation differently, and gets others to do the same through the use of her Fe social graces. Indeed, its her strength in Ni that lets her break through the ESTJ George's point of least resistance. Ni comes first, also because of the extreme class difference between Mary (clean, but lower-class) and George (firmly upper-middle-class) which dominant Fe would lead more credence to (instead of simply tempering her approach in "A British Bank").

    She is also more generally introverted, in that she enjoys her time with the family and with her friends, but is literally at home by herself. Finally, knowing that she must leave "when the wind changes" is about an Ni statement as there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    possible, but it doesn't explain how my Ne is excellent and my Se sucks (believe me, I could use a LOT of it lol)
    Through what means of assessment?

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    [YOUTUBE="-746hpN-smg"]The Devil in disguise![/YOUTUBE]

    I just came to think of this now that I saw the thread title

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Needing to be in control/having a lust for leadership (as a thing unto itself). Not a big fan of wherever it comes from.
    Ah, k then.

    Quote Originally Posted by Juice View Post
    Actually no, it's not, it's called being a hypocrite.
    I didn't mean Fi in general; it's his Fi (as hypocritical as it is).

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    I can see where you're coming from on this one, but I think the movie Mary Poppins is a great example of a strong INFJ. She's the hero of the story, so to speak, because she teaches within the social confines by subverting those confines. She's definitely Ni dominant, since she "works her magic" by looking at a situation differently, and gets others to do the same through the use of her Fe social graces. Indeed, its her strength in Ni that lets her break through the ESTJ George's point of least resistance. Ni comes first, also because of the extreme class difference between Mary (clean, but lower-class) and George (firmly upper-middle-class) which dominant Fe would lead more credence to (instead of simply tempering her approach in "A British Bank").

    She is also more generally introverted, in that she enjoys her time with the family and with her friends, but is literally at home by herself. Finally, knowing that she must leave "when the wind changes" is about an Ni statement as there is.
    Okay, INFJ would totally work too.

    I definitely think she's Fe and Ni, but she could be an Ni dom, I'll accept that, sure.

    I am amused right now by what I just figured out to be the the Banks' obvious ENFP/ISTJ archetypal marriage.

    Maybe Mary is INFJ and Bert is ESTP. LOL! He seems ESxP to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    Through what means of assessment?
    - I have no physical coordination
    - I am terrible at reading body language
    - I am terrible at virtually every physical activity I've ever tried except fencing (which I was a friggin beast at btw, but just because I SJ'd the shit out of my training regimen and practiced repetitively for hours)
    - I have no sense of real time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    - I have no physical coordination
    - I am terrible at reading body language
    - I am terrible at virtually every physical activity I've ever tried except fencing (which I was a friggin beast at btw, but just because I SJ'd the shit out of my training regimen and practiced repetitively for hours)
    - I have no sense of real time
    Almost none of that is Se.

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